Validating Phone Number Formats in Australia

Q

How to validate phone number formats for Australia?

Enter your phone number in the form below and click the "Validate" button.

Country/Region:Australia
Phone #

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Validation result by FYIcenter.com:

Specified Phone Number: Valid

"2 9667 6111" matches the format of "A SSSS SSSS"

Most phone numbers in Australia are written in the following formats:

   Prefix: long distance or international
   --------------------------------------
   |   Carrier or area code 
   |   --------------------
   |   |   Subscriber number
   |   |   -----------------
   v   v   v
   0   A   SSSS SSSS    - Local format
  +61  A   SSSS SSSS    - International format

Most telephone numbers in Australia have 9 digits and are written in the format of "A SSSS SSSS". Here are some examples: 2 9667 6111; 7 3406 3261.

When dialing locally inside Australia, the long distance prefix of "0" is required. So the format becomes "0 A SSSS SSSS".

When dialing from outside of Australia, the international dial-in prefix "+61" is required. So the format becomes "+61 A SSSS SSSS".

When dialing from Australia to other countries, the international dail-out prefix "+" or "0011" required.

To validate phone number formats for other countries or regions, see our Generic Phone Number Format Validator.

To see phone number examples in Australia, try our Test Phone Number Generator.

 

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